Preservation Hall is proud to present Evocative Images, a collection of works by Provincetown artist Carol Procter. Procter worked as a cellist in the Boston Symphony Orchestra from 1965 2003. She traveled around the world, performing with the BSO as part of an ensemble and as a soloist. Her camera was with her wherever she went, and as a result she now has thousands of photographs from her life travels. These photos have found their way into her collages, mixed media creations that observe the intersections of life. She had her first show of both photographs and collages at the New England Conservatory of Music in May of 2008. Three years ago, she received a diagnosis of Alzheimers, specifically a visual variant called PCA. Because of this diagnosis, Carol found the impetus to complete several unfinished projects, which resulted in an increase in creative energy. Carol became inspired to create her Alzheimers Series a set of collages expressing her inner experience and insights into living with PCA. This exhibition proudly presents the entire Alzheimers Series, along with over 20 collages Carol completed prior to her diagnosis.
For inquiries regarding purchasing works in this exhibition, please inquire with Preservation Hall.
Exhibition Dates: Friday, May 3 Friday, May 31, during Hall hours Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm, with some exceptions.
Opening: Saturday, May 4, 3 6pm, with an Artist Talk at 4pm
Alzheimers Support Group Talk: Saturday, May 18, 3 5pm